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Old 17-04-12, 10:05 PM
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lol Cooler Master reckon it will be 10-12°C better than it's competitor's, I'm guessing the Corsair H100.

Launch Date = End of April / Beginning May.

30mm 120 Rad

45mm 120, 240, and 360 Rads

130 Euros for 120mm Version

140 Euros for 240mm Version.

According to people on overclock.net it's using a 45mm thick Alphacool XT45 rad.


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Old 17-04-12, 10:09 PM
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Also in the video it says it can be added to an exisiting loop, new coolant added etc.

Everything made in Germany, so can meet european demand no problem.
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Old 17-04-12, 10:54 PM
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Hmm interesting
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Old 17-04-12, 10:58 PM
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Well if it is a 45mm thick 240mm radiator it will probably rape a h100 because it will be almost double the thickness.
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Old 20-04-12, 08:21 AM
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waiting for the Eisberg 360 Rads edition, this 360 edt will be the most wanted / best performance liquid CPU Cooler.
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Old 20-04-12, 05:16 PM
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Looks interesting, however the pump seems a bit on the larger side. Will have to wait for reviews to see how it performs.
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Old 21-04-12, 06:44 AM
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Well if it is a 45mm thick 240mm radiator it will probably rape a h100 because it will be almost double the thickness.
yeah, but but most want a push/pull edition and most are having a time fitting a 25mm H100, add another 20mm and this might make another story

from good to worse. the game will be on price point. the dedicated WC companies already have a kit, they'll have to fine tune price vs functionality

vs need. the H100 is just priced to get into the liquid cooling without full-on hardware. and if need be, now the customer has a grasp of what is

needed to make a much higher commitment into liquid cooling.

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Old 21-04-12, 07:50 AM
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Looks interesting, however the pump seems a bit on the larger side. Will have to wait for reviews to see how it performs.
because its a pump and rez look close you can see where ya fill it up at. The slotted screw part on the pump.
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Old 21-04-12, 07:57 AM
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140 euros compared to 90 (H100) r too many. so it won't be the H100s "enemy" in the market
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Old 21-04-12, 08:45 AM
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I think your wrong there it will be just for higher end systems that the H100 finds it's way onto like an Elysium or massive lian li the build that have the money and are just waiting on the right product. It'll make a better middle ground as well as you can disassemble this kit and add and subtract to/from it whih should allow a slow progression into a full loop.
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